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Frontenac National Park (French: Parc national de Frontenac) is a 156.5 km² provincial park in southeastern Quebec, Canada,[1] created in 1987 and governed by Parcs Québec. The park is located along Lac Saint-François roughly halfway between Quebec City and Sherbrooke. The nearest city is Thetford Mines.

Frontenac National Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Parc national de Frontenac (baie Sauvage).JPG
LocationLes Appalaches and Le Granit RCMs, Quebec, Canada
Nearest cityThetford Mines
Coordinates45°52′00″N 71°13′00″W / 45.86667°N 71.21667°W / 45.86667; -71.21667Coordinates: 45°52′00″N 71°13′00″W / 45.86667°N 71.21667°W / 45.86667; -71.21667
Area155.30 km²
EstablishedAugust 6, 1987
Governing bodySEPAQ

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  1. ^ "Parc National de Frontenac". Sepaq. Retrieved 8 April 2019.

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